The 32GB version of Samsung's ICS powered Galaxy Nexus has been cancelled, according to online retailers
Popular online retailers have apparently been notified by Samsung that the 32GB version of the company's popular Galaxy Nexus smartphone has been cancelled.
The device was launched to much fanfare late last year and debuted with the latest version of Google's ubiquitous Android operating system pre-installed, giving users access to the very latest software refinements available.
The Galaxy Nexus was mooted as a serious challenger to Apple's iPhone 4S and with dual-core architecture and advanced features it's easy to see why, but this latest setback may serve to dampen the public's ardour.
Android geeks needn't panic though, a 32GB 4G LTE version of the device can still be snapped up from carriers, and the long awaited Galaxy S III is expected to be unveiled at MWC this month too, so there are still plenty of Android-centric reasons to be cheerful!